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Aung San Suu Kyi Announces Reboot to Myanmar Peace Process
January 07, 2021

Aung San Suu Kyi Announces Reboot to Myanmar Peace Process

By Sebastian Strangio
Despite her promise to welcome new voices into the peace process, many fine-grained obstacles to progress remain.

The Importance of Saving Biodiversity in Karen State in 2 Interviews
April 02, 2019

The Importance of Saving Biodiversity in Karen State in 2 Interviews

By Scott Ezell
Indigenous and academic perspectives on biodiversity, armed conflict, and self-determination in Karen state.
Defending Myanmar's Remaining Environmental Treasures
April 02, 2019

Defending Myanmar's Remaining Environmental Treasures

By Scott Ezell
Unique programs led by indigenous peoples are protecting wildlife biodiversity in Karen state.

How Myanmar's Peace Process Could Jeopardize Wildlife
January 25, 2018

How Myanmar's Peace Process Could Jeopardize Wildlife

By Kurt Hanson
A wildlife sanctuary is urgently needed in the Karen area of Myanmar.

Kaw Thoo Lei: ‘A Peaceful Land’
January 26, 2016

Kaw Thoo Lei: ‘A Peaceful Land’

By Cory Wright
Myanmar's Karen minority continue to fight for sovereignty over their territory.

Inside Myanmar’s Karen State
April 08, 2014

Inside Myanmar’s Karen State

By Brennan O`Connor
Largely hidden from the world, the state can now contemplate the possibility of peace for the first time in decades.

The Tatmadaw’s Divide-and-Rule Tactics in Myanmar
March 17, 2014

The Tatmadaw’s Divide-and-Rule Tactics in Myanmar

By David Brenner
Who is the ultimate target of the ongoing armed ethnic conflict?
Life Gets Harder on Thai-Myanmar Border
December 02, 2013

Life Gets Harder on Thai-Myanmar Border

By Mark Fenn
Refugees on the border face increased hardship as funds dry up ahead of their expected repatriation.

Myanmar’s Lawless Land
October 23, 2013

Myanmar’s Lawless Land

Myanmar’s fledgling reforms have attracted significant Western interest. But they have also brought thousands of land claims by ethnic villagers.

Burma's Forgotten Dilemma
September 21, 2012

Burma's Forgotten Dilemma

Will 140,000 refugees in Thailand seeking safety from the world’s longest-running civil war ever be able to go home?

After Burma Poll, Conflict Looms
October 27, 2010

After Burma Poll, Conflict Looms

Burma’s history is marked by insurgencies and ethnic tension. Next month’s poll could see them bubble over into armed conflict.

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